As a defensive lineman, getting a good jump on the football can be a huge boost – or bane. Whether it’s because of a well-disguised play or perhaps just an eager d-lineman, sometimes you can get way out of position by just over rushing. You’ll have your o-lineman and d-lineman lineup like a play was about to start, with the d-lineman lining up just outside of the blocker. There are currently pitches free at Rock Park so if your pitch is out of action these might still be playable. Please note: If you wish to train on any of these pitches you still need to pay a hire fee. With the Devon FA AGM being held in Barnstaple, it was only fitting that the six nominees for the Long Service Awards came from the North Devon area. Alan Stevens (Barnstaple Ammies), Dave Langford (Hartland), Michael Brennan (Appledore), Gina Maynard (SAS), Ian Hart (Referee) and Peter Evans (Coaching & League Administration) were the worthy recipients due to their respective long and tireless dedication to volunteering. Congratulations to Sporting Barum who beat Whipton & Pinhoe 5-3 to win the Devon County Intermediate Cup Final. Congratulations to Appledore who beat Elmore 2-1 yesterday to reach the Devon County Premier Cup Final.
The North Devon Gazette Football League is delighted to announce that they have achieved Charter Standard League Status. The benefits are that the League has a clear development plan in place, together with an agreed support package with Devon FA. Devon FA are pleased to announce the dates for the next FA Referee Course in North Devon have now been confirmed. In North Devon we have three great leagues in the North Devon Gazette Football League and the Westcountry Cleaning North Devon Youth League and of course not forgetting the Kingsley Senior League too, who all need new referees to make sure the players have the best possible playing experience.
The new FA Referee Course is split into two parts with part one, An Introduction to Refereeing, being held at Torrington FC on Thursday 24th March at 18.30. The Devon FA County Cup draws have been made and are now viewable on the Devon FA cup page . Congratulations to the SAS Youth Football Club who won the Charles Norsworthy Nomination for the North Area. Not as whacky as it might first sound ‘Walking Football’ is intended to help people keep fit regardless of their age. The idea is also to encourage men and women back into playing football, who may have had to stop due to injuries. Sallie approached Bideford Robins for advice and is happy to announce a partnership with them for the initial 4 week taster trial. The taster sessions will start on Monday 2nd March from 7pm - 8pm at Bideford College Sports hall and will run for 4 weeks.
Bideford AFC Under 16s travelled to Brixington Blues in the Devon Cup and what a game it was. Grassroots football in Bideford has been given a helping hand following a ?4,500 Grow the Game grant, over 3 years, from the Football Foundation, the country’s largest sports charity. The grant will allow Bideford AFC Youth to create a new Academy team and two girls’ teams playing in the Devon Girls’ League and in the Westcountry Cleaning Youth League. Grow the Game funding increases participation in our national game by helping clubs to provide opportunities for new players, or training volunteers to support new players and teams. So far Grow the Game has awarded 874 separate grants worth around ?4.2m to grassroots football clubs. The key strength of Grow the Game is that its participation increases are sustainable rather than transient.

Head Coach, Peter North said: We are very grateful to The Football foundation and to Torridge District Council who have supported this initiative.
Paul Thorogood, Chief Executive of the Football Foundation, said: “Grow the Game has become one of the Foundation’s most popular schemes.
The Devon FA AGM took place at Padbrook Park, Cullompton on Saturday and Bideford Ladies FC picked up the North Area Charles Norsworthy Award and received the Kivell Cup, a certificate and a cheque for £250. Use these free images for your websites, art projects, reports, and Powerpoint presentations! This play is designed to attack the edge of the defense with the ball carrier coming in Jet motion. This spread offensive formation features two slot receivers, two split ends (on the line of scrimmage), two tackles, two guards, one center, one QB, and an offset running back. Once the defense starts to over play the jet sweep, hit the defense with an inside hitting play off jet motion.
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If they fly past the defensive lineman and the ball ends up going in a different direction than they thought, it can be very easy for an offensive lineman to keep the d-lineman out of the play. If your players already have a vast arsenal of d-line moves, then they need to learn where and when they should start using them. If a blocker can get you behind the play, even if it’s not a great block, your not going to be able to do much to get to the ball.
As you run to the outside, the o-lineman will rotate, ending up perpendicular to the line of scrimmage. Please note that the funeral for John will take place on Monday 25th April, 2.30pm – Bear St Methodist Church. The Management Committee and its Member Clubs have shown remarkable commitment to gaining the accreditation. Charter Standard Leagues will also be demonstrating that they are committed to the Respect programme and have procedures in place to improve standards and address poor behaviour in the game, a key priority for all those involved in Football. Refereeing is a great way to be involved in the game whether you are a youngster who wishes to embark on a refereeing career or a player who wants to give something back to the game.
This introductory session allows potential referees to find out about the course and ask many questions before committing themselves fully to the FA Referee Course.
They went on to receive the Kivell Cup and a cheque for £250 and certificate from Devon FA. Walking football is non-contact and anyone that sprints, runs or jogs whilst the ball is in play will be penalised with a free-kick awarded to the other team. Sallie said "This is a very exciting programme because I believe it is the first one in Northern Devon". Peter North, head coach for Bideford AFC Youth said "This is a great opportunity for older people to try or continue a sport without the risk of getting injured.
The Ground, known as "The Outer Ting Tong, in an elevated position above Exmouth, was exposed to the worst of Sunday's high winds. The programme is delivered in partnership with all of the 46 County FAs and funded by The FA.
Analysis of the monitoring and evaluation so far predicts that this will result in the creation of 3,791 brand new football teams competing in FA-affiliated leagues, 72,872 new players participating each week and 10,959 new qualifications or courses being completed. Its grants create a solid infrastructure of teams and newly-trained coaches in which new people can start playing the sport, rather than simply providing temporary activity sessions, which are then vulnerable to drops in participation once the programme ends.

This will result is increased opportunities for players moving from youth into adult football, and notably for Girls who are still under-represented in local football”. This additional funding provided by The FA is excellent news for grassroots clubs seeking to start new teams and get their volunteer coaches qualified with FA coaching badges. The team were selected due to their excellent disciplinary record, high standard of administration and hospitality towards referees and other teams.
Having the ball carrier in jet motion will allow him to receive the hand-off running full speed. Once this happens, put your inside foot between the two of his, and spin back inside, using his weight against himself  and pushing him even further away from the line of scrimmage.
Here the defensive lineman is recognizing the play on their first step, making it much easier to counter back inside. The aim of the site is to try and provide a one stop resource for all things to do with football in the North Area. Barnstaple Ability Counts FC were the nomination for the North Area Charlesworthy Trophy, unfortunately no one from the club could be there to receive a cheque for £250, certificate and the Kivell Cup. We will also gain recognition of the commitment to a quality experience for all and naturally a well run league.
Jason Haywood, Referee Development Officer at Devon FA said “we have some fantastic referees in North Devon such as Brett Huxtable who is a National League referee and Ben Chance who is now a South West Peninsula League referee but we need some new recruits to bolster the ranks in the adult and youth leagues in the area. The second part of the course is then held at the Great Torrington  Sports Hall and 3g facility in April. Whether you have played football in the past or if it is your first time in this format anyone can play even if you’re well into you 80’s or 90’s! Despite early pressure and possession with numerous chances, the Robins were unable to capitalise and somehow found themselves two goals down at half time. Sessions are for boys and girls based around introducing young players to football and most importantly fun! If you are interested in entering a team please let me know and I will forward on your details.
The photo shows Mark Lewis (Team Coach) and Nicole Lamey (Player) picking up their awards from Devon FA Chairman, Bernard Leach and President Mervyn Benney. Atletico Madrid, who finished third last year, visit Sevilla.The final round of matches is scheduled for 17 and 18 May when Barca host Atletico and Real are at home to Espanyol. It was also success for the North Area representatives as they beat the other four areas in a highly technical game of crazy golf.
If no defender slides out over the slot receiver the slot receiver will crack block the first defender to their inside. The picture shows Keith Greenleaf, Tony Alcock and Tony Cloak receiving the Bill Downs Trophy from Devon FA Chairman, Bernard Leach and President Mervyn Benney.
The left slot receiver will come in full speed jet motion and receive a hand-off from the QB in the shotgun formation.
Craig has many years coaching experience locally and as far afield as with the New York Red Bulls.
The offensive linemen will step play-side and look to cut off defenders running to the football.
Players can come along for up to three weeks to see if they enjoy it before deciding whether to join.

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